Christmas is hurtling towards us at a startling rate, so it is now time to start thinking about Christmas presents.
If you are looking for the perfect gift that will keep the kids entertained and engaged, why not give them a STEM Gift.
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics and there are a number fabulous and fun gifts out there, that will keep the kids entertained and learning at the same time.
STEM Christmas Gift Guide
Inspire the next generation of engineers and astronauts and keep kids active and screen-free with Stomp Rocket®,
Stomp Rockets can be used anytime of the year and have become a firm favourite with my kids, as you can send rockets soaring up to 400 feet in the air (the length of a football field!) with a simple jump.
For the winter, they even do a Glow in the Dark Stomp Rocket.
Light up your life with the new Waboba MoonShine, the crazy, gravity-defying ball which turns a routine game into an out of this world free-for-all.
This hyper bouncing ball makes a unique “pop” sound when it hits the ground, bounces up to 100 feet and lights up for seven seconds when bounced.
Available from Amazon.co.uk and leading toy and leisure stores.
Build Your Own Kits
Build Your Own Kits are a range of eco-friendly toys, including a Paper plane Launcher, Microscope, Marble Run and Telescope which are made from high quality sustainable cardboard.
Everything you need is provided in the kit – simply follow the instructions: press out the pre-cut parts and slot together and you get an actually working product.
Build Your Own kids are available at https://buildyourownkits.com/.
My Very Own Rainbow
An enchanting light projector which uses multi-coloured LED’s to display rainbow colours on walls and ceilings in a darkened room.
My Very Own Rainbow also comes with a fact booklet about how rainbows are formed and a gem to attach to your window, to refract light on to the walls – RRP of £17.99 and is available from all good toy shops.
Magicubes from Geomag
Magicube is a magnetic construction system that has turned the classic cube into something “magical”, allowing you to get really creative with your builds.
They started off as just cubes, but have now added different shapes and even wheels to the sets.
There are lots of Magicube sets to collect and prices start from £10
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